NHL to open season with Tampa Bay Lightning-New York Rangers rematch

The NHL will open its 2022-23 regular season on Oct. 11 with a heavyweight double-header, featuring an Eastern Conference Final rematch between Tampa Bay and the New York Rangers and the Pacific Division clash of Los Angeles and Vegas. That and more was revealed Wednesday afternoon when the NHL unveiled its entire schedule for the … Read more

Mike Harrington: NHL draft is all about futures and you never really know. Just look at how 2017 turned out Buffalo Sabers News

Patience, my friends. As hard as it may be, you have no other choice when it comes to the NHL draft. When we gather in Montreal this week, the Sabers and Arizona will be the only two teams with three first-round picks. The Sabers will have 11 picks in total and you’d be hard-pressed to … Read more

NHL Off-Season Outlook: Colorado Avalanche

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports This is the newest file in THN.com’s continuing analysis of the off-season plans for the NHL’s 32 teams. On this day, we’re breaking down the 2021-22 Stanley Cup-winning Colorado Avalanche’s blueprint to continue their success. 2021-22 Record: 56-19-7Finish In The Central Division: 1 stSalary Cap Space Available (As Per CapFriendly.com): … Read more

COLORADO AVALANCHE: Oh the places the Stanley Cup has been while in Colorado

DENVER (KDVR) — Lord Stanley’s Cup has been in Colorado for one week, and the NHL’s highest honor has already made its rounds around the state. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. After the Cup took a little fall to the ice in Florida, it … Read more

Colorado Avalanche live it up as they celebrate Stanley Cup title at parade

DENVER — There was Nathan MacKinnon jumping off the fire truck so he could walk the streets and shake hands with the swarm of Avalanche fans. Later, Erik Johnson took the stage and got the crowd to participate in a giant sing-along to the team’s adopted anthem, “All The Small Things” by blink-182. From A … Read more

On the way to Landeskog’s house, Stanley Cup shows up at neighbors’ instead

Phil Pritchard is a bit busy this time of the year, like an accountant during tax season or a caterer during wedding season. So excuse the Keeper of the Cup for getting a little mixed up from time to time in the days following the Stanley Cup Final. When he was headed to the residence … Read more

NHL rises where other sports leagues are crumbling

From Dr. Emrick of Urgent Care: Take two Stanley Cup games and call me in the morning. Not to be an ingrate, but I wish the Stanley Cup Final had lasted seven instead of six games. Chicken soup on ice, good for what ails us. On June 17, in Toronto, of all places, the Yankees … Read more

Avalanche star Nazem Kadri could’ve made excuses. He made history instead. His Colorado relatives couldn’t be prouder. “After hardship comes ease.”

Before legends are etched in silver, they’re born in brimstone. You’ll tell your grandchildren about Nazem Kadri. Who will tell their grandchildren. And their grandchildren after that. “There are always going to be critics. But you don’t let them bring you down,” Hifa Fayad texted Wednesday morning from the Middle East. “Rather, you rise above … Read more